The consumer's energy handbook

The consumer's energy handbook

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The auxiliary system can be powered by conventional fuels such as oil, gas, and electricity, by alternative fuel sources such as wood ... For example, a thermostat senses the temperature in the house and relays it to the distribution component ( pump or blower) when heat is required. ... A focusing collector, however, is one in which the absorber area is smaller than the aperture for incident radiation, andanbsp;...

Title:The consumer's energy handbook
Author: Peter G. Norback, Craig T. Norback
Publisher:Van Nostrand Reinhold Company - 1981

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